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"Braiding Sweetgrass" – Final Session with Robin Wall Kimmerer & Robert Macfarlane - Shared screen with speaker view
ange parrish
19:15
Giinagay from Australia
Maggie Taylor-Sanders
19:52
Hello from the Welsh Marches again.
JANE ROBINSON
19:59
Jane from south Jersey
Cate Clother
20:09
Hello from Mt. Shasta, California!
Erin Hollowell
20:11
Hello from the end of the road in Alaska!
Di Metcalf
20:13
Hello from Cape Town.
Mary Grace Bertulfo
20:16
Hello from Oak Park, IL!
Madeleine George
20:31
Hi from the South Bronx.
ange parrish
20:39
So excited and honoured to be here this morning....ange
David
20:43
hello, Colorado here
Patricia Dawkins
20:47
Greeting from Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Ralph Earle
20:48
Hi from Cary, North Carollina
Beth Weigel
20:58
Hello from Juneau, Alaska
Rachel
21:08
YAY!!!
Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen
21:12
Hello from Denmark
Jess White
21:13
hi from corvallis oregon :)
Jill Olesker
21:18
hello from the Esopus Crre in Saugerties, Ny
nettie lane
21:21
nettie from Vermont...Thank you so much Robin Wall Kimmerer for the medicine you weave through story. This book is a prescription for me, as if I went to the doctor’s office, for a way to find our way back Home.
Rachel
21:21
Hello from Houston, Texas
Kris Ferachi
21:22
Hi from Louisiana
Helen jones
21:22
York, uk here
Oliver Martin
21:23
Hi from South Wales
Danielle Cudmore
21:24
Hey from Göteborg, Sweden
Regan King
21:24
Hello to all from Rancho Cordova, California
Rachel Plattus
21:28
Rachel & Adam from Nuns & Nones / Albuquerque, NM
Lorna Prescott
21:30
Hi from Sandwell, UK :)
Erin Williams
21:37
Hello from Chicago, USA
Thomas Waymouth
21:38
Hello from Hot Springs Arkansas! So happy to be here.
Jennifer Wyld
21:38
hi from Vancouver, WA
Erin Robertson
21:39
Hello from Black Hawk, Colorado, USA
Su Hwang
21:48
Hello!!! Fellow Milkweed author, such a huge fan of Braiding Sweetgtrass, thank you, Robin!!!!
Tamara Fox
21:59
From Denver, Colorado!!!
Jackee Holder
22:02
Jackee from London UK Hi Robin and Robert
Peggy VW
22:05
Hello from Minneapolis!
Emergence Magazine
22:07
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/SpiritualEcology/videos/234708851137347/
Paula Guarnaccia
22:33
Greetings from Middlebury, Vermont!
ange parrish
22:37
how lucky are you Robert
Char H
22:43
Hello from London
Caron Stebinger
22:48
Caron Stebinger in Minneapolis, MN…Hello to all!
Anna Leventhal
22:55
Hello from Montreal Quebec!
Regan King
22:55
Beautiful braided greeting ;)
ange parrish
23:00
Werte Palya Minyma Robin
Beth Blissman
23:02
Hello from Cleveland! gratitude.....
Tamara Fox
23:14
I highly recommend Robin’s book, Gathering Moss: A Natural and Cultural History of Mosses to anyone who loves Braiding Sweetgrass :) No affiliation, just love it!
Sandra Maffey
23:15
Hello to all from Decatur, GA USA. Thank you!
Dale Cimolai
23:17
greetings from Bramalea, Ontario, Canada
sid woods
23:23
boozhoo, from WY
Mairi Pileggi
23:36
Hello from Inverness, CA
Martin Brown
23:48
Good evening from a wet Lancashire, UK
Mireia Bes
24:00
Hello from Bristol! UK
Jennifer Comeau
24:17
Thank you so much to you both, Ms. Kimmerer and Mr. Macfarlane
Lauren Davis
24:57
O’Shiyo from Sisters, Oregon!
Nicola Pitchford
25:25
Hello from San Rafael, CA. Thank you, Robin and Robert, for the gift of your words.
ange parrish
25:27
Chi miigwetch minyma Robin
Martha Daniels
25:45
Greeting from Golden Colorado.
Brooke K
25:54
so grateful already for the deep Presence you are communing. hello from Portland, OR!
Jennifer Comeau
26:05
Greetings from the sovereign lands of the Abenaki people in southern Maine. May their ancestors, elders and people be blessed.
Beth Blissman
27:01
yes! faith in seeds....
Elise Huneke-Stone
27:09
Sharing faith in seeds from Portland, Oregon. Grateful.
Robin Crabill
27:14
Been planting today (Calif.)
Emergence Magazine (Devin)
29:08
Facebook Live Link: https://www.facebook.com/SpiritualEcology/videos/234708851137347/
Jess White
29:37
From the ancestral land of the Mary’s river band of the Kalapuya people, Willamette valley oregon
ange parrish
31:00
Ngemba lands by the Baarka river on the edge of the desert in australia ...ange yarrpany
Albert Kong
31:31
@Jess — us too!
Jess White
32:08
@albert awesome!
Amanda Bond
32:23
Kia ora from Christchurch, Aotearoa
Sharon Roberts
33:42
Greetings also from ancestral land of the Kalapuya people, Willamette valley Oregon
Frances Brodrick
36:01
hello! i am Edith, frances’s child, i’m 8 years old and i love your books! from devon UK x
Jackee Holder
36:05
This is such a fertile space @jackeehol
Barbara Franck
37:23
Gratitude for your wisdom and honored with this opportunity -from Barbara New Salem MA
Helen jones
37:55
@frances it's so wonderful you have read her books at age 8, the wonder in her pages must be magical and inspiring to read at your age, helen
Frances Brodrick
38:42
thanks! edithx
Jennifer Comeau
38:52
Can you share the pages Robin is reading from please?
Joey Allaire
39:42
starting at 121!
Helen jones
39:44
epiphany in the beans
ange parrish
39:46
im sure this is why im a vegetarian ab
Farooq Chaudhry
39:59
*claps*
Regan King
40:00
Epiphany in the Beans p. 121-127
ange parrish
40:12
vegetarian firstnations woman in australia rare ...to plant a garden....
Mary Grace Bertulfo
40:14
Thank you for that beautiful reading!
Rachel
40:19
Lovely!
Laira Ramos
40:29
Thank you so much ~
Sarah Bradley
40:40
Greetings from the ancestral lands of the Chochenyo-speaking Ohlone in California. Hello Robin (!!), sending love and such heartfelt gratitude from the whole Nuns & Nones team (who is all here)! And thank you so much, Emergence Community, for hosting this gorgeous, generous, needed moment. <3
Timothy Liddell
40:51
Hi Robin. As I read through your wonderful synthesis of spiritualty and science, I regularly come back to John Pigeon’s insight that the “first two rows of the basket are the hardest …the splint seems to have a will of its own and wants to wander…” Thinking of our experience of time as asynchronous to some earthly progressions; perhaps we need to understand that, when the undertaking is profound, we may spend our entire lifetime weaving the first two rows and experience only the resistance and the will to wander. It seems we may need to work diligently and then hand-off those big jobs to next generations, trusting that they will carry the weave forward to the third, fourth, and later rows until the “The weaving becomes easy as splints fall into place.” Please comment.
Anya Shapiro
40:55
This chapter inspired me to get my grad degree in sustainability when I read it 2 years ago. Thank you!
Martha Nabatian
41:23
Gratitude to you, Robin.
Martin Brown
41:43
Thank you for reading Robin, wonderful …
Helen jones
41:47
as someone who relies on essential carers, I cannot put a price on their kindness and the gift they give me, turning up day after day with a smile on their face
ange parrish
42:55
7 fires....
Paula Patch
43:12
I love this idea. Thank you.
Makshya Tolbert
43:47
Love the Nuns & Nones work!!!!!!! Thank y’all for being here
Camilla Beale
43:49
And yes 7 fires prophecy
Jennifer Comeau
43:51
I love this idea: "ceremony time."
ange parrish
44:56
YES
Jennifer Comeau
45:14
Wonderful questions, Rob. Thank you.
Camilla Beale
45:27
Humans get illness in which they cannot breathe, and now mother earth begins to breathe!
Martin Brown
46:58
We stand on doorsteps and clap @ 8pm in our small village - in gratitude to key workers - but it has become more than that - a growing sense of community, gratitude and reciprocity across villagers, many of whom never spoken to or known before …
Jackee Holder
47:32
I think the quiet can now allow us to now hear the birds
Ciera Kelly
47:33
Robin, your book came to me at a time that I really needed it. I was browsing the shelves at my library and found your book sitting alone, surrounded by a bounty of other books. For some reason, the title of your book called out to me. I picked it up and I am so glad I did. Your perspective has opened my eyes to so many possibilities. Thank you.
ange parrish
47:53
didnt weave it hey merely a strand.....
sid woods
48:25
extending our understanding of vulnerability for 'others' reminds me of a Buddhist concept, and practice, called tonglen.
ange parrish
50:03
everwhen
Jennifer Fendya
50:41
Sid Woods, Tashi Delek from Buffalo, NY!
Camilla Beale
51:21
YES time of the 7th fire!! (from wabanaki land)
ange parrish
52:32
nyuntu wiru rikina minyma robin.....youre so deadly....so much love....honoured to walk with you...ange yarrpany
Emergence Magazine (Devin)
00:53:01
Join us for our May Book Club reading Robert Macfarlane’s award winning book, “Underland: A Deep Time Journey.” Participants will meet online once a week to discuss a portion of the book with staff writer Chelsea Steinauer-Scudder. For the final session, Robert will join us in a live conversation and Q&A.

Learn more: https://emergencemagazine.org/community/#underland-a-deep-time-journey
nettie lane
54:49
Thank you Robin for the medicine of your words in Braiding Sweetgrass. I look at your book as if I received a prescription from the doctor to show us all the way back Home. I feel we are at the fork in the road….and this pandemic is a spiritual opportunity to re-evaluate our Home and our Way. It does seem though that we must pass through the wall of grief though in order to come to right action.
Jennifer Comeau
56:34
Maine's Truth and Reconciliation process is featured in the award-winning (and difficult and poignant) movie, "Dawnland". It is a CRUCIAL movie: https://dawnland.org/
Heidi Shepard
56:37
for fellow readers, https://native-land.ca/ is a good tool for a starting point to find out whose lands you’re on!
Marcella Durand
56:39
I really try to figure out how to do that in a dense oversettled area like NYC. How to live ecologically in an intensely urban space?
Helen jones
01:00:14
in a city, you can still find nature, you need to tune in more consciously and accept your experience will be different. window bird feeders, noticing the plants that grow through cracks in the pavement. it takes more, but if you make noticing a practice that can help you feel a lot more connected and in turn, you can feel more alert to things like honourable harvest
Tamara Fox
01:00:31
Yes, consumers of privilege have many, many more choices.
Helen jones
01:00:40
accept your situation, with its many limits as well
Mary Grace Bertulfo
01:00:54
In Chicago, we’re planting native prairie gardens. My family took over the city’s green space lawn (then got permission) and replanted coneflowers, bundleflowers, meadow anemone. This garden is now 14+ years old and regenerates itself. It is possible. :)
Lorna Prescott
01:01:27
These two links might be of interest re. the question around cities: https://www.kateraworth.com/2020/04/08/amsterdam-city-doughnut/ and https://www.projectmoonshot.city/post/an-indigenous-view-on-doughnut-economics-from-new-zealand
Albert Kong
01:01:28
re: seeing with new eyes in urban places, a couple books to check out “How to Do Nothing” by Jenny Odell and “Crow Planet” by Lyanda Lynn Haupt
ange parrish
01:01:33
guerrilla gardening
Joey Allaire
01:01:54
would love to join your Chicago rewilding! im here too!
Mariana Velez
01:01:59
Look up! your city is within a valley, a plain, on the mouth of a river, surrounded by mountains and sky. I was born in Mexico City, my grandmother moved my vision to the guardian volcanoes and the mountain range in which this unbelievable city rests. Food is produced in its rural areas, rivers ache to re-emerge. This great lake city of Tenochtitlan longs to become lake again. Endemisms abound. They are waiting to be encountered. Mother Earth is all.
Tara Shepersky
01:02:03
+1 to Albert’s book recommendation above!
Joanne Russavage
01:02:17
Permaculture teaches us to start where we are and then, as Maya Angelou would say, when you know better, you do better.
Jill Olesker
01:02:20
I know of some public schools in very urban settings with no trees around that have gardens. One in the Bronx has a rooftop garden and the teachers are part of a coalition of teachers bringing gardens to their classes of kids! It's a start.
Martin Brown
01:02:30
@ Helen re city nature - this in todays Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/apr/30/an-opportunity-to-experts-urge-us-to-take-a-closer-look-at-nature-aoe
Marcella Durand
01:02:32
My dream is to create a tiny pollinator refuge on my balcony for tired urban bees!
Sharon Roberts
01:02:38
Could we also consider the city’s gift as the culture and artistic creativity that they support.
Lorna Prescott
01:03:21
@AlbertKong thank you for the book recommendations
Lorna Prescott
01:04:04
@Sharon Yes!
Barbara Franck
01:04:10
From Barbara, New Salem MA, you have provided me with hope, inspiration, and a further commitment to gratitude for all of the natural beauty, including my neighbors, that surround me...
Thomas Waymouth
01:04:18
so many!
Jennifer Comeau
01:04:19
Yes!
Tamara Fox
01:04:21
Yes!!! the dandelion is so under appreciated!!!!
Regan King
01:04:31
Greeted many dandelions in the garden this morning ;)
Heidi Shepard
01:04:53
Yes I love dandelions! Had some dandelion greens in my breakfast scramble the other day :)
Natasha Brandel
01:04:56
I have picked dandelion flowers today to turn into a lovely dye.
Thomas Waymouth
01:04:59
love all of the eptymological meanings of dandelion that robert shared.
Tamara Fox
01:05:30
Rob, I think you saw Andrew Brooks’ photo of a dandelion on Twitter. Such a special way to see the beauty :)
Regan King
01:05:32
Dried and ground dandelion root is delicious as a drink.
Susan Haymer
01:06:00
I don’t think we have dandelions in Los Angeles. Haven’t seen one in a long time.
Patricia Austin
01:06:01
Dandelion honey!
Jule Gabrielli
01:06:20
Hi, M.G.! Great to be here with you.
Martin Brown
01:06:24
Such love for Dandelions :)
Mary Grace Bertulfo
01:06:31
Hi Julie!
Tamara Fox
01:06:34
Susan Haymer: that’s so sad
Thomas Waymouth
01:06:46
Star of the football field!
Catherine Rowsome
01:07:03
When I was growing up we had a pet tortoise living in our garden. He loved dandelions, we used to go up and down the road collecting the leaves. It was their favourite food
Halimah Van Tuyl
01:07:14
My 5 yr old grandson has told me when he grows up, he will never never tell his children not to blow on “puffballs” and make wishes.
hollyn Bermond
01:07:42
love that!
Mary Grace Bertulfo
01:07:50
Thank you, Robert!
Kris Ferachi
01:08:00
Dandelions - such teachers!
Rebekah Wilce
01:10:02
Thank you both for this great gift. City parks can be a great place to spend time with plants and animals and also forage wild foods. Steve Brill, Emily Han, Pascal Baudar, and others have much to contribute on that front.
Rebekah Wilce
01:10:13
Keep looking, Susan! I can’t think of a single place — including L.A. — where they aren’t somewhere.
ange parrish
01:10:17
imagineering
Tamara Fox
01:10:22
I love that sense of imagination
Jennifer Comeau
01:10:32
I love Daniel Longboat's definition of "imagination."
sid woods
01:10:39
YES--this is how I experience imagination! NOT mine, but ours...
ange parrish
01:11:06
ha ha
Mary Grace Bertulfo
01:11:09
Thank you, Robin, for answering the writers’ question.
Regan King
01:11:14
I often find that Rob’s words of the day postings seem to tap into a sense of the collective imagination.
Dale Cimolai
01:11:15
Dan is such a humble gentle man
Tara Shepersky
01:11:34
A great point, Regan! Thanks for that connection.
hollyn Bermond
01:11:41
hi David!!!!!!!!
Sarah Karikó
01:12:08
Hello from Cambridge, MA. Great to see you again, Robin!
Martin Brown
01:12:09
@ Regan totally agree - a grand start to the day at 7am
Susan Haymer
01:12:26
Thank you for this wonderful experience. And thank you, Rebekah. I will keep looking for dandelions in Los Angeles.
Catherine Rowsome
01:12:27
great question I also have these questions about writing
Emergence Magazine (Devin)
01:12:29
From David Abram “Is there something inherent in traditionally oral cultures — the cultures of face-to-face storytelling — that necessarily entails this kind of intimacy with the local earth? Something that the written word can certainly extend — as in your work, Robin and your work Robert — but which the written word can also easily interrupt and dispel, given that writing brings increasing abstraction, also enabling stories to readily abstract themselves from the face-to-face and the FACE-TO-PLACE, detaching themselves from the particular practices and places where those stories occur and be read in distant cities and continents? Is it possible that writing, rather than speaking, also seems to swivel meaning, and meaningful speech, out of the more-than-human exchange into a more exclusively human circle of discourse…? Such that other animals, plants, mountains and rivers no longer seem to speak? So…can we write in service to replenishing oral culture?”
Regan King
01:12:37
@martin it is truly
Maggie Sloan
01:13:58
Written language also creates division between literate and illiterate.
sid woods
01:14:20
right--all kinds of ways to "write"...with wings or scales, or chemical extrusions
marina robb
01:14:30
concepts rather than conciousness
Tamara Fox
01:14:44
Yes to “other ways of knowing”
ange parrish
01:14:54
we are all multifaceted
Jennifer Comeau
01:15:00
I love this: we come to know through smell, the sensation, etc. Words can deprive us of our intuitive and ancestral ways of knowing. Thank you, Robin for this. #withoutwords
Regan King
01:15:01
The character of Simon in Bone People by Keri Holme was unable to speak and required those around to react is ways we might react to the other worldly.
Kathie Neff
01:15:07
Sensing of the world beyond written words….
Jess White
01:15:17
I find this to be so true when related to dance, movement, experience of sensation of all sorts, in addition to relationship to earth… relationship to our natures as well as those around us
Allan Davis
01:15:41
Hi Jess!
Mary Watters
01:16:04
When words fail, music takes over.
Regan King
01:16:10
Words are, however, a refuge these days. A wonderful escape.
Jess White
01:16:15
Hi Allan!
Jennifer Comeau
01:16:17
And then, when we come to know differently, we can put pen to paper and there will be more richness to them. All exept for Rob's "conjuring words" which are medicine and myth and powerful in themselves.
Catherine Rowsome
01:16:22
I feel as a writer word centrism can create a kind of extractivist attitude to the living world.. where everything has to be made into verbal meaning
Jess White
01:16:40
agree!
Antony Lyons
01:16:46
What a treat. Robin, Rob and even David Abram (sent by Antony Lyons, Bristol, UK). Lovely reflections from Robin
Cheryl Capaldo Traylor
01:17:24
Thank you all so much! What a wonderful interview.
Tamara Fox
01:17:24
Thank you both so, so, so much!!! Truly a conversation of open heartedness.
Marcella Durand
01:17:58
Thank you for a wonderful reading and discussion. Much to think upon!
Rachel
01:18:21
Thank you all for a wonderful session! A'ho.
ange parrish
01:18:25
all the labelling brings us eventually back to being one....ange yarrpany
Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen
01:18:59
I suggest looking to the way that Afro-Descendant religions actively creates non-linguistic spaces as a kind of epistemological workshop space for operating animacy.
Elizabeth Aitken
01:19:05
My heart is feeling great gratitude for the wisdom shared here...I do feel a deep love for the lands I have walked on and communed with as well as the land's deep and beautiful love for me...my heart feels alive...
Sarah Webb
01:19:16
Thank you both so much for an inspiring event. And thanks to Emergence for organising it.
sid woods
01:19:19
as with KIN
Emergence Magazine (Devin)
01:19:24
Join us for our May Book Club reading Robert Macfarlane’s award winning book, “Underland: A Deep Time Journey.” Participants will meet online once a week to discuss a portion of the book with staff writer Chelsea Steinauer-Scudder. For the final session, Robert will join us in a live conversation and Q&A.Learn more: https://emergencemagazine.org/community/#underland-a-deep-time-journey
Jess White
01:19:25
Thank you!!! I wish we could continue and talk more.
Brooke K
01:19:51
Deepest gratitude. this has been so so nourishing and moving. Loved the connections and honoring of David Abrams work as well.
Barbara Franck
01:19:55
Notice and Wonder... My personal philosophy, as well as what I share with my students
hollyn Bermond
01:20:02
thank you all
Kathie Neff
01:20:03
Deep respect to you, Robin and Robert, for gently opening reciprocity and gratitude for our day. He, she, ki, they. Love.
ange parrish
01:20:26
robin you so rock
Tereza Smejkalova
01:20:42
It´s beeen a great privilege and inspiration to share this space with you. Thank you very much.
Thomas Waymouth
01:21:04
siblings
hollyn Bermond
01:21:05
is this your idea???
hollyn Bermond
01:21:07
ki
saskia vano
01:21:10
what a gift: Languages of animacy: the beingness of the world: carried by ki
Jule Gabrielli
01:21:11
Deep gratitude to you, Robin, and to Rob, for this marvelous conversation. I’ve used Robin’s book w/ my architecture students in Ecological Design Thinking. They always love it.
Huiying B. Dandelion
01:21:12
Thank you so much <3 - Huiying (they/he)
Halimah Van Tuyl
01:21:18
Your book Braiding Sweetgrass has changed my life. My humble thanks.
Rachel
01:21:20
Love it! Ki (Kin)
Michele Graham
01:21:23
thank you
Kathie Neff
01:21:23
Your use of language and relationship with the non-human beings is inspiring and life changing! Thank you, Robin. xoxo
Sue Burtchell
01:21:34
Thank you for the kinship today.
Patricia Austin
01:21:34
Ah, Ki! Yes :)
Kristin Rothballer
01:21:36
Thank you for this hour… truly a blessing to be with both of you kin.
Gabriela Valdes
01:21:36
Sacred wisdom thank you It is TIME <3
Heidi Shepard
01:21:36
Gonna start referring to my chestnut seedlings and all my garden plants with “ki” :). That’s so lovely!
Jennifer Comeau
01:21:39
Thank you so much, Rob and Robin. I'm so happy for you both that your projects -- Braiding Sweet Grass and The Lost Words -- are having such a precious impact. You are beloved.
Béat Edelmann
01:21:42
Deep gratitude to Robin, Robert and all who have been here this hour. Thank you all !
Heidi Shepard
01:21:43
Thank you so much Robin!!
Huiying B. Dandelion
01:21:45
yes to ki! :)
Maggie Sloan
01:21:45
Sadly division in America
Erin Williams
01:21:48
Thank you both for sharing your time with us.
Arjun Makhijani
01:21:49
Insipirational. Profound. Thank you. Shukriya.
Paul Scully
01:21:50
Thank you so much! Wonderful!
Thomas Waymouth
01:21:51
What a wonderful conversation THANK YOU both so very much! <3
Regan King
01:21:52
Thank you Robin and Rob, you time and words are greatly appreciated. Thank you all and stay safe and imagine a better ma-ki-ng of the world.
Patricia Austin
01:21:53
Much appreciation and love from Vermont kin
Tamara Fox
01:21:55
Beautiful!!!
Mary Grace Bertulfo
01:21:55
Thank you Robin and Robert. This has been so uplifting!
Candace Jensen
01:21:57
Thank you very much Robert and Robin.
Sunny Albright
01:21:59
thank you so so much Robin and Robert!!!
Lisa Bethancourt
01:21:59
Thank you Robin, Robert, Chelsea, Emanuel, Devin, the whole Emergence team and all the participants. This bookclub has been a wonderful experience and an incredibly nourishing community. Thank you everyone!
Jane Affleck
01:22:00
Thank you so much from Epekwitk in Mikmaki!
Melanie Scriptunas
01:22:01
Thank you both!
Paula Patch
01:22:02
Thank you!
Bonnie Schmidt
01:22:05
Fabulous and inspirational. Thank you both very much.
sid woods
01:22:06
mi'gwetch to all!
Madeleine George
01:22:07
Thank you, Robin and Robert!
Jeffrey Davis
01:22:10
Thank you, Robin, Robert, and Emergence!
Javney Mohr
01:22:10
Thank you, All for the work of love you do in your communities, and our one shared place.
Lisa Burke
01:22:10
Thank you this has been an honor. I feel joy in my heart!
Rachel
01:22:12
Thank you Robin and Robert!!!!
ange parrish
01:22:12
Thank for taking me into this new day here in Australia you mob.....so much love ange yarrpany
Camryn Walton
01:22:12
Much love to you, Robin. Thank you for reminding me to not only love the earth, and heal her too.
Sharon Roberts
01:22:12
Thank you so very much for bringing voice to the natural world around us. We are all kin.
Kris Ferachi
01:22:12
Deep Gratitude!
Tara Shepersky
01:22:13
Thank you so much, everyone.
Oliver Martin
01:22:13
Thank you both for your words and thank you Emergence. Diolch yn Fawr!
Marcia Beck
01:22:17
Such inspiration and KI-ndness from you both!
Jackie Walsh
01:22:18
Much gratitude. What a gift you are—your writings will keep on giving. Thank you.
John Harrington
01:22:18
Thanks to Robin and Rob and Emergence and participants for a wonder experience.
Helen jones
01:22:18
thank you both
Beatriz Lima
01:22:20
thank you!
Erin Robertson
01:22:21
Thank you both. What a dream team!
Rae Story
01:22:22
thank you so much Robin and Rob xx
Dale Cimolai
01:22:23
Deep bows to both of you
Tara Shepersky
01:22:31
A pleasure to be here: a gift and a lesson :)
Kat Brown
01:22:33
Deep gratitude to you, Robin and Rob.
Ralph Earle
01:22:36
Thank you, Robert! And especially Robin!
Di Metcalf
01:22:38
thank you everyone
ange parrish
01:22:41
chii miigwetch minyma robin nyuntu rikina palya
Olivia Sprinkel
01:22:42
what a nourishing and enriching conversation - thank you.
Chad alice Hagen
01:22:44
Thank you so much to all..
Marion Agnew
01:22:45
Thank you so much to Emergence for making this opportunity possible--and to Rob and Robin.
Jennifer Comeau
01:22:46
Any time I got stuck writing my Irishy novel, I turned to ANY page in Robin's Braiding Sweetgrass novel, and I became once again, open, expansive, and inspired to continue my writing.
Gail Connor
01:22:48
thank you so very much. just finished lichen chapter and brought some from woods to my terrarium with a new light
Olga D Grovic
01:22:54
blessings to robin and Robert and all of my kin!
Melinda Williams
01:22:55
This has been an incredible way to start my day. Thank you so much, Robin, Robert, Emergence magazine
Sally Hart
01:22:59
What a wonderful experience. Thank you Emergence Mag. For hosting and inspiring.
Tamara Fox
01:23:16
Thank you, Emergence Magazine! You have a new friend :) Me!!!
Regan King
01:23:27
@gail just read the lichen and cedar stories. Wonderful!
Jackee Holder
01:23:35
BRILLIANT THANK YOU ROBIN, ROB EMERGENCE XXX @jackeehol
Sue Burtchell
01:23:36
Thank your Robert and Emergence. So looking forward to the Underland gatherings next.
Gabriela Valdes
01:23:48
Tears come overtime i read or hear this beautiful wisdom thank you deeply
Mary Watters
01:23:57
Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Robert and Robin, from the Mountain State of West Virginia.
Marcia Beck
01:24:02
Much gratitude to Chelsea, Devin and Emergence for your stewardship and welcome to all of us!
Sue Burtchell
01:24:10
What pages did she close with?
saskia vano
01:24:11
Thank you thank you Robin, Rob and Emergence Magazine. What precious gifts and learning
Julie Dawson
01:24:12
Ki is a precurser for language in Kiswahili. I love this Thankyou so much Robin your work has had such impact on me. Thankyou Robert, looking forward to reading Underland. Thankyou Emergence - Chelsea and Devin, this has been amazing
Tamara Fox
01:24:13
<3
Huiying B. Dandelion
01:24:13
Thank you so much!
Katie Holten
01:24:14
Thank you all
Kathie Neff
01:24:16
Dance for the renewal of the world. xoxo
Natasha Brandel
01:24:18
Thank you all!
Christina Wallace
01:24:19
Thank you Robin and Emergence!
Anisha Grover
01:24:20
Deep gratitude to you both, Robin and Robert! It has been an uplifting evening. So much needed xx
Erin Hollowell
01:24:21
Chin-an. Thank you indeed.
Lisa Kettemer
01:24:22
So beautiful! Thank you a million times
Regina Ganem
01:24:22
Such such gratitude!
Elise Huneke-Stone
01:24:22
Grateful to my kin
ange parrish
01:24:26
LOVE
Jane Affleck
01:24:26
Miigwetch! Welali’oq!
Joanne Russavage
01:24:27
Gratitude for all you facilitated and participated in this special event. Holding space for more of this energy in the world.
Regan King
01:24:27
Thank you Chelsea too ;)
Maggie Sloan
01:24:33
Thank you so much for this. It really helped with a hard day.
Jennifer Comeau
01:24:41
Thank you, Chelsea, for holding this space for weeks. You have done an incredible job!
Patricia Austin
01:24:41
Gratitude /\
Mairi Pileggi
01:24:42
Thank you, Robin and Rob.
Caron Stebinger
01:24:43
So grateful!
ange parrish
01:24:47
flowing tears of JOY
Emergence Magazine (Devin)
01:24:51
Join us for our May Book Club reading Robert Macfarlane’s award winning book, “Underland: A Deep Time Journey.” Participants will meet online once a week to discuss a portion of the book with staff writer Chelsea Steinauer-Scudder. For the final session, Robert will join us in a live conversation and Q&A.Learn more: https://emergencemagazine.org/community/#underland-a-deep-time-journey
Catherine Rowsome
01:24:52
<3
Gabriela Valdes
01:24:54
Sweet people may we give back to our beautiful Mother Earth
Tamara Fox
01:25:01
<3 <3 <3
Katie Clary
01:25:10
What a gift. Thank you!
Cassandra Arnold
01:25:10
thabnk you